Your bridal bouquet is the centerpiece of your wedding florals — it's the accessory that will accompany your beautiful gown and be pictured in every photo, so its design should surpass your expectations. But how do you create the perfect bouquet? Here, four aspects you should consider when selecting your bridal bouquet.
Just like produce, flowers will be of better quality when they are in season. Your bouquet should be composed of fresh, colorful florals that are in their prime, rather than wilt-prone flowers that aren’t grown as naturally. Once you’ve settled on a date and a flower provider, check with your florist about their seasonal varieties.
When you meet with your florist, bring examples of your wedding inspiration. A visual mood board or collage will help your florist understand the vibe of your wedding. For example, if your wedding carries the theme of a fiesta, your florist can design your bouquet as lively and fun, using succulents and brightly-colored peonies. The florist of Chic Flowers Company will create a special proposal based on your preferences and needs.
Let your florist know about your favorite flowers so they can be incorporated into your bouquet. This wedding is a representation of your personality, as well as your partner’s personality; make sure you are properly represented. Keep your location in mind as well — most flower varieties can be grown anywhere; however, they may be more rare in certain regions.
The color scheme of your bouquet is crucial. If the bouquet clashes with any of your other wedding colors, it will detract from the overall aesthetic. You also don’t want your bouquet bursting with too many bright colors, as it will stand out too much in photographs. You need a solid balance of neutral and colorful. A wonderful color-matching resource is The Perfect Palette — it shows real-life wedding examples, as well as curates color boards that pull inspiration.